Dragonfly the Goofball, a 3-year-old female American Staffordshire terrier mix, 53 pounds, is available for adoption from Kansas Humane Society.
Everything in life is a game when you’re a goofball like me. I’m a positive girl, and I always try to look on the bright side. That’s why I know my forever home is right around the corner. We’ll go on walks, play with toys and spend tons of time loving on each other. I hope you don’t mind doggy kisses and a wet nose.
▪ Flash the Constant Companion, 13-year-old male Jack Russell terrier mix, 25 pounds
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So much to sniff but only one nose. What is a dog to do? I like to stay active and occupied; there is no time for idle paws in my life. Let’s play with toys together, take long walks and curl up on the couch for movies. I hope you’re grabbing your keys to come see me right now.
▪ Padme the Goofball, 5-year-old female shepherd mix, 59 pounds
I’m a sweet dog looking for a loving home. Do you happen to have one of those? I would love it if you came to see if we’re a good match. I’m a sweetheart, so I think you’ll really love me. And I definitely know that I’ll love you. Come give me a chance?
▪ Bubba, 7-year-old male cat, domestic shorthair mix
What’s orange, fluffy and a big bundle of love? Well that would be me, of course. I’m the perfect mixture of affection and independence. Once I’m all cozy in my new environment, I can blossom into a very fun kitty. Can’t you just hear my purrs already? I’m in a foster home right now, so call 316-524-9196 to learn how to visit with me.
▪ Esteban the Sidekick, 6-year-old male cat, domestic shorthair mix
When it comes to relationships, you can’t go wrong with a love like mine. I’ll be your loyal friend for life. I’ll enjoy spending time with you, but I like my solitude at times, as well, to reflect on life and cat nap on the window sill. Let’s travel together on this ride called life.
If you’re interested in adopting from Kansas Humane Society, visit at 3313 N. Hillside, call 316-524-9196 or go to www.kshumane.org.